As we coast into February to say that we're up to our necks in winter would be an understatement. It seemed like just yesterday the occasional warm spells were working its magic to fend off the unbearable chilly weather, but alas, when faced with cold weather the best you can do is be prepared.

With this in mind, our Highsnobiety staffers took to the shop in search of reduced sales and their favorite scarfs to help spice up their winter outfits. Featuring pieces from Auralee, Dries van Noten, Acne Studios and more, these scarves are sure to keep the cold at bay.

See Our ‘Fits Below

Rough & Gentle

Naina Kamath, Marketing Manager

"Roughly 50 shades of brown harmoniously blend through Dries van Noten’s worn-out denim, Auralee’s ultra-soft cashmere and Ina Seifart’s dainty golden jewelry. Subtle yet outstanding."

Ocean Tones

Jack Cook, Instagram Editor

"This outfit is the only blue January I want to be a part of, especially when one leads into double denim and pairs it with a Margiela puffer jacket. Finish the look with the Eames x Reebok sneaker and Marni accessories for a bonus point."

Neutrals For Life

Dasha Kolomiiets, Content Merchandiser

"Everyone knows that the power of neutral colors shouldn't be ignored, and work even better when combined together. The small hits of orange on the XT-6's midsole and the accents on the jacket easily highlight the tonal goodness."

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